- Two tickets to see a rock or blues concert
- Where: Schmitt’s Saloon
- General admission
- Door time: 5 p.m.
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
- $10 to see Billy Price on Friday, February 6, at 8 p.m. (up to $20 value)
- $15 to see Tantric on Saturday, February 7, at 8 p.m. (up to $30 value)
Concerts at Schmitt’s Saloon
- Billy Price: After making waves with blues-guitar legend Roy Buchanan and rocking Carnegie Hall, this soul man led the acclaimed Keystone Rhythm Band and now the Billy Price Band. The Washington Post says, “Unlike so many blues revivalists, Price is not an imitation of better singers—he’s the real thing.”
- Tantric: The hard rockers behind early hits “Breakdown,” “Hey Now,” and “Down and Out” recently released Blue Room Archives, a collection of previously unreleased material.
Wood-lined with cold beer on tap, Schmitt's Saloon might seem like an old-timey watering hole—if it weren't for the bluegrass shaking the walls and the calendar that clearly states "Not 1850." That's because, for Owen Schmitt, the saloon's not just a bar. The hero whose 57-yard touchdown run helped the WVU Mountaineers clobber Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl founded it as a celebration of West Virginia as a whole. And part of West Virginia is the country/bluegrass/southern-rock sound that's perfectly captured in the tunes of The Davidson Brothers. So, after retiring from his NFL career, Schmitt returned home and joined forces with that mountain-brewed band to attract not only some of the nation's top touring acts, but also Mountaineers fans and anyone looking for a burger and plate of volcanic wings.